It's 1932, and the Chicago Beefsteak's Hour of Charm is the most successful programme on Midwest US radio.
Gambling Grant is in debt to gangster Brannigan but a new song might just save the day.
Recorded before an audience in the BBC Radio Theatre this unique Radio Drama incorporates music, song and a trip back to the early days of radio.
Neil Brand's fast-talking musical set in a 1932 Chicago radio studio.
REMEMBERING THE TRIANGLE FIRE
NEAR CLOSING TIME ON MARCH 25, 1911, a fire broke out at the Triangle Waist Factory in New York City. Within 18 minutes, 146 people were dead as a result of the fire.
By: Julian Simpson
Psychological thriller about a man trying to uncover his true identity, set against the backdrop of a war on terror. If we don't remember our past, can we really know who we are?
By Rob Castell and Tom Sadler with Sarah Tipple
John Sessions as Old Fabiano, narrates this comedy musical set in the murky world of barbershop singing.
When star tenor Tony decides to quit his barbershop group on the eve of the Euro Barbershop Competition final, a replacement must be found. But how? Where? Whom?
By Simon Warne
Family holidays can be a curse at the best of times. When the Framptons book into their hotel in Tunisia, little do they know they're in for aholiday from hell.
Can a family keeptheir extra-marital affairs within their own circle, or will there be explosive consequences.
THE RAILWAY SIDING
By Jonathan Holloway
When struggling architect Jack is forced to take the overnight train from Haverfordwest to Paddington, he encounters a garrulous guard and a spookily familiar young woman. All is not quite what it seems.
By Molière, translated by Miles Malleson
A greedy old skinflint tries to dash his children's wedding plans and increase the contents of that moneybox he keeps hidden at the bottom of the garden....